Bakar Tongkang

BAKAR TONGKANG FESTIVAL This festival has its roots in history when Chinese immigrants first set foot in an area and then gave the name to the land now known as Bagansiapi-api in 1826. The ancestors of Bagansiapi-api were the Tang-lang people of Hokkien descent from the Tong’an (Tang Ua) District in Xiamen, Fujian Province, in […]

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Suroboyo Bus

GOING AROUND SURABAYA WITH USED PLASTIC BOTTLES Surabaya city has a mode of transportation that is increasingly being liked by the public. In addition to offering convenience, people who want to ride the “Suroboyo Bus”, a mass transportation, do not need to pay with money, but just carry plastic waste in the form of used […]

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Jalesveva Jayamahe Monumental

JALESVEVA JAYAMAHE MONUMENT The Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument or Monjaya depicts a fully dressed TNI Navy officer staring at the sea, representing the next generation with confidence and sincerity, ready to hit the waves and take a storm towards the indicated direction, namely the ideals of the Indonesian people. Thus, Jalesveva Jayamahe Monument also illustrates the […]

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Lawang Sewu

LAWANG SEWU MYSTERY An old Dutch colonial building can be seen standing tall in the heart of the city. Dark. Deserted. Exotic and mystical at the same time. Haunted. That impression radiates from Lawang Sewu, the name of an old building near the Tugu Muda Roundabout, Semarang, Central Java. The building is in art deco […]

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Suramadu Bridge

For the citizens of Indonesia, especially Madura, Suramadu Bridge is a tangible result of government development. The 5,438 meters long bridge connects Java and Madura. To build the longest and grandest bridge in Indonesia, this requires a significant amount of money. The Indonesian government must pour out approximately Rp. 4.5 billion. Suramadu Bridge Toll Road […]

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Padang Bulan Festival

Rapid technological advances today, on the one hand have a positive impact, one of which is the rapid spread of information. But on the other hand it also has a negative impact. Technological advances actually become the beginning of the generation of gadgets that tend to be indifferent, absorbed in playing with their own world, […]

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Cak Cuk Surabaya

SOUVENIR OR OLEH-OLEH CENTERS IN SURABAYA Cak Cuk is a typical product from the city of Surabaya. This t-shirt design is unique and funny. Surabaya’s large historical tourism enthusiasts became a business opportunity for Dwita Roesmika and Hendra Wardhana to create a Souvenir shop with a Surabaya background. The first outlet is at Jalan Dharmawangsa […]

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Traditional Market in Surabaya

Pasar Blauran (Blauran Market) Surabaya is a traditional shopping market. This market is in the central Surabaya of Bubutan district. More precisely, the Blauran market is at the end of the crossroad between the north of Jalan Kranggan and the east of Jalan Blauran Surabaya. This retail goods market has existed since the Dutch colonial […]

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Gandrung Sewu Festival

“Gandrung Dance” is an original art that was born and developed in Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia as a form of residents’ gratitude after the harvest. Gandrung which means awe-inspiring or extraordinary admiration, is used as the name of the dance to symbolize the admiration of Blambangan residents of Dewi Sri, known as Goddess of Rice. […]

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Gandrung Sewu

“Gandrung Dance” is an original art that was born and developed in Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia as a form of residents’ gratitude after the harvest. Gandrung which means awe-inspiring or extraordinary admiration, is used as the name of the dance to symbolize the admiration of Blambangan residents of Dewi Sri, known as Goddess of Rice. […]

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